If you missed the soldout Parkland Summerfest gig in Calgary on June 22 but are willing to travel to or within Alberta, there are two more dates this summer to catch Wide Mouth Mason live and hear some of the new tracks coming to a new Wide Mouth Mason album near you! Joining the previously announced Rock Festival date this August in Edmonton is a Canada Day performance at Medicine Hat’s Sandfly Festival. Check out the city’s event page for further details!
With official announcements by event organisers already out, Wide Mouth Mason is pleased to confirm that they will be appearing in St. Albert, Alberta on May 23, 2014, Regina, Saskatchewan on July 1, 2014, Kimberley, British Columbia on July 19, 2014, and Burnaby, British Columbia on August 9, 2014. More dates are pending, so stay tuned to the site for further posts on confirmed gigs! We now have a feature that allows interested Masonites the option of subscribing to the site so each time there’s a new post, you get notice!
Confirmed today is Wide Mouth Mason’s performance at the Burnaby Blues & Roots Festival on Saturday, August 9, 2014. Wide Mouth Mason will be joining their band big brother Big Sugar at the festivities this year. Set time for this event is tentative, so please check with event organisers for specific set start and end times.
Just confirmed this week are a series of summer dates in the works for Wide Mouth Mason, including a few Big & Wide summer dates with Gordie’s Big Sugar. So far, July 1, 2014 in Regina, Saskatchewan has been confirmed, but keep checking in for more news and details as gig information is confirmed. Always check with the venue or event promoter for specific set and ticket details, as these can change!
On February 12, 2014, Shaun Verreault and Gordie Johnson of Wide Mouth Mason will be participating in the Musician Cares concert in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Musicians’ Care For Kids is a 18+ gig at Calgary’s Flame Central (219 – 8 Avenue SW) that will feature Shaun and Gordie along with other musicians. Hosted by Calgary’s own Russell Broom, this event has helped to raise monies for the Boys and Girls Club of Calgary with 100% of the net proceeds going to the Avenue 15 program. The Avenue 15 program provides homeless and runaway youth ages 12 to 17 with temporary shelter and basic needs. Tickets to the event are available at Ticketfly.